Hello, lovelies! Welcome to the first day of Blogtober! It’s the third day of the month, I know, but I don’t post on the weekends anymore. This month I have some fun things planned. I have today a list of the books I’m likely to be choosing from to read for spooky season. I’m pretty behind with my NetGalley tbr, so I want to work on that. But I have some books on my physical tbr here too that piqued my interest for the reading mood I’m looking for this month.
The Final Gambit by Jennifer Lynn Barnes The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley The Yosemite Six by Tess Sharpe Wild and Wicked Things by Francesca May How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather The Walled City by Ryan Graudin The High House by Jessie Greengrass
Just Like Magic by Sarah Hogle When Life Gives You Vampires by Gloria Duke The Mountain in the Sea by Ray Nayler Mistakes Were Made by Meryl Wilsner The Spare Man by Mary Robinette Kowal The River of Silver: Tales from the Daevabad Trilogy by S.A. Chakraborty Little Eve by Catriona Ward Built to Last by Erin Hahn The Scratch Daughters by Hannah Abigail Clarke
I will definitely not manage to read all of these as I’m planning to do some prep work for NaNoWriMo next month. But I’m feeling the itch to read again, and my husband will be gone for a bit this month so, I’ll have more time to myself. What spooky books are you reading this month?
Hi, lovelies! I’ve officially moved and unpacked and I’m a little sad to see this feature coming to an end. So, I wanted to come back one last time and introduce you to my new local library system!
Now, I’m not going to give all the details. But this is what I know so far, like my last library they use Libby and Hoopla. They also have a few libraries in the system to visit. I haven’t seen too much for events and activities (my last library was amazing with the activities and stuff they put together).
I decided to visit the branch closest to me with my littlest one to sign up for my library card. The location I visited had an amazing children’s section. There was such a wide selection of children’s books. I’m very excited to try out their story time with both of my kids.
The young adult section looked good, full of new and diverse titles. But there were some high schoolers studying at the table in that area, so I didn’t want to bother them. I’m also not reading as much YA lately. I didn’t end up checking out any books, but I did browse the adult sections. There seems to be a really great selection of books and I’m really hoping to try to use the library for physical books more instead of buying.
Do you visit your local library? What’s your favorite thing about your library?
Hi, lovelies! I just stumbled across my 2021 series finales and realized that I never did one for this year. So, I’m here today to remedy that and share with you four series that are coming to an end with their conclusions released in 2022.
August 30, 2022 The Final Gambit by Jennifer Lynn Barnes “To inherit billions, all Avery Kylie Grambs has to do is survive a few more weeks living in Hawthorne House. The paparazzi are dogging her every step. Financial pressures are building. Danger is a fact of life. And the only thing getting Avery through it all is the Hawthorne brothers. Her life is intertwined with theirs. She knows their secrets, and they know her. But as the clock ticks down to the moment when Avery will become the richest teenager on the planet, trouble arrives in the form of a visitor who needs her help—and whose presence in Hawthorne House could change everything. It soon becomes clear that there is one last puzzle to solve, and Avery and the Hawthorne brothers are drawn into a dangerous game against an unknown and powerful player. Secrets upon secrets. Riddles upon riddles. In this game, there are hearts and lives at stake—and there is nothing more Hawthorne than winning.”
November 22, 2022 The Choice by Nora Roberts “Breen Siobhan Kelly grew up in the world of Man and was once unaware of her true nature. Now she is in Talamh, trying to heal after a terrible battle and heartbreaking losses. Her grandfather, the dark god Odran, has been defeated in his attempt to rule over Talamh, and over Breen–for now. With the enemy cast out and the portal sealed, this is a time to rest and to prepare. Breen spreads her wings and realizes a power she’s never experienced before. It’s also a time for celebrations–of her first Christmas in both Talamh and Ireland, of solstice and weddings and births–and daring to find joy again in the wake of sorrow. She rededicates herself to writing her stories, and when his duties as taoiseach permit, she is together with Keegan, who has trained her as a warrior and whom she has grown to love. It’s Keegan who’s at her side when the enemy’s witches, traitorous and power-mad, appear to her in her sleep, practicing black magick, sacrificing the innocent, and plotting a brutal destruction for Breen. And soon, united with him and with all of Talamh, she will seek out those in desperate need of rescue, and confront the darkness with every weapon she has: her sword, her magicks–and her courage…”
November 29, 2022 Saint by Adrienne Young (This only sort of counts because it’s a prequel. But I think this will be the last book in this world, sadly.) “New York Times bestselling author Adrienne Young returns to the world of The Narrows with Saint, a captivating prequel to Fable and Namesake. As a boy, Elias learned the hard way what happens when you don’t heed the old tales. Nine years after his lack of superstition got his father killed, he’s grown into a young man of piety, with a deep reverence for the hallowed sea and her fickle favor. As stories of the fisherman’s son who has managed to escape the most deadly of storms spreads from port to port, his devotion to the myths and creeds has given him the reputation of the luckiest bastard to sail the Narrows. Now, he’s mere days away from getting everything his father ever dreamed for him: a ship of his own, a crew, and a license that names him as one of the first Narrows-born traders. But when a young dredger from the Unnamed Sea with more than one secret crosses his path, Elias’ faith will be tested like never before. The greater the pull he feels toward her, the farther he drifts from the things he’s spent the last three years working for. He is dangerously close to repeating his mistakes and he’s seen first hand how vicious the jealous sea can be. If he’s going to survive her retribution, he will have to decide which he wants more, the love of the girl who could change their shifting world, or the sacred beliefs that earned him the name that he’s known for―Saint.”
December 6, 2022 The Shattered City by Lisa Maxwell “Once, Esta believed that she could change the fate of magic. She traveled to the past and stopped the Magician from destroying a mystical book that held the key to freeing her people from the Brink, an energy barrier that traps all Mageus who cross it. But the Book was more than she bargained for. So was the Magician she was tasked to steal it from. Hunted by an ancient evil, Esta and Harte have raced through time and across a continent to track down the powerful artifacts they need to bind the Book’s devastating power. They’ve lost family, betrayed friends, and done what they’d both vowed never to do: fallen in love with the one person who could truly destroy them. Now, with only one artifact left, their search has brought them back to New York, the city where it all began. But nothing in Manhattan is as they left it. Their friends have scattered, their enemies have grown more powerful, and as the deadly Brink beckons, their time is running out. If they can’t find a way to end the threat they’ve created, then the very heart of magic will die—and it will take the world down with it.”
Are there any series you love being wrapped up in 2022?
Hello, lovelies! I am back with another list of books that I think I want to read in the near future. I shared my physical tbr and my ebook tbr earlier this month. I also wanted to share what audiobooks I have on my radar for my long drive. I will be driving for four days with two kids. So, we’re taking our time and seeing friends along the way. I will have lots of time to listen.
Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare I’m participating in #READShadiwhunter which is hosted by the always wonderful Books in the Skye. I’ve reread this whole series via audio and really had fun, so I’m going to do it again leading up to the release of Chain of Thorns.
Frostbite by Richelle Mead I was in an audiobook slump, so I restarted this series. I made it through the first book. I didn’t pick up the second because I’m saving this series to pick up again when I can’t get into any other audiobooks. So, I have this one borrowed as a palate cleanser for my ears.
Red Rising by Pierce Brown I really want to reread this series but part of me wants to read it physically since I did the audiobooks the first time around. The narrator for this series is incredible though.
The Counselors by Jessica Goodman This is a recent release that I have on hold with my library. Goodman’s mysteries are fun and easy to follow so I wouldn’t be mad if my hold came in time for my drive.
My Imaginary Mary by Cynthia Hand, Jodi Meadows, & Brodi Ashton I’ve done the last few books in this series on audio and is like to continue that. This is a new release that, once again, I have on hold with my library.
These are all subject to change as I can be really weird about what audiobooks I want to listen to. Sometimes I’ll go through an hour of five different audiobooks before I settle on a narrator and story that catches my attention.
Share your favorite audiobooks with me in the comments so I have some new ones to try out!
Hey, lovelies! I’m back with another traveling library post. I’ve been absolutely devouring books lately. Part of that is a renewed attempt to read as much of my physical tbr as I can before we move. Another part of that is that I’ve been rereading some favorites, so I’m flying through my rereads. Let’s talk about what I’m going to read instead of what I have been reading.
So, I’m currently rereading The Emperium Trilogy by Claire Legrand. I am buddy reading Furyborn with Books in the Skye this month and then I’m continuing the series.
From my physical tbr, I have a few books I want to make a priority to read before everything gets packed up. Count Your Lucky Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur, Wild and Wicked Things by Francesca May, and The Lost World by Michael Crichton are a few that I have my eye on to pack with me if I don’t read them before I leave.
I know I said this was a physical tbr but, I also have my NetGalley arc’s that I need to read as well. I’m not going to look at the publication date for any of these while I’m on my road trip. I’m just going to read whichever books I’m in the mood for. A few approvals that I have and am eager to get to are Built to Last by Erin Hahn, Mistakes Were Made by Meryl Wilsner, and Spells for Forgetting by Adrienne Young.
I’m going to leave myself enough options to have a variety to choose from, but not so many options that I don’t know which book to pick. I think because I have two or three for each format that I read, I’ll be all set. These books are in addition to whatever mmy monthly tbr books will be in August. I obviously haven’t picked those yet, so some of these might make it on there, but I’ll probably have more books to bring.
Do you plan out books to read ahead of time when you’re going on a trip?
Hello, lovelies! Another month down and we’ve reached July. My life is about to explode into chaos, so I’m making this post because it’s free content. I’m not putting any pressure on myself to read anything at all this month. But if/when I want to read, I can use this post as a guideline.
New Release Off the Grid by Tess Sharpe I love Jurassic Park and I’ve loved all of Sharpe’s books I’ve read, so I think I’ll love this.
Adult When Women Were Dragons by Kelly Barnhill I bought this for myself as a treat for Mother’s Day and a book where there’s a historical event where a mass of women turn into dragons? Yes, I would like that.
1st in a Series Furyborn by Claire Legrand I wanted to read this at the end of last month but it didn’t happen. So, I’m determined to read it this month.
Standalone The Man Ban by Nicola Marsh This was an impulse buy romance. Romances have been easy for me to read lately, so this is here to make my tbr easier.
Young Adult The Evolution of Claire by Tess Sharpe I recently learned that Sharpe has written IP for Jurassic Park, so obviously I had to buy it. I want to read it asap and binge the movies before I eventually see the newest movie. I also want to read it before I read Sharpe’s newest Jurassic Park book (which is middle grade and on my tbr above).
And, of course, I’ll share my upcoming NetGalley reads as well. There’s a lot because I’ve fallen a few books behind, but I’m doing the best that I can.
The Stardust Thief by Chelsea Abdullah A Strange and Stubborn Endurance by Foz Meadows For Butter or Worse by Erin La Rosa
Hello, lovelies! We have officially made it to the halfway point of 2022. Hopefully, the second half is as good as I’m expecting it to be! I hope 2022 has been treating everyone well and we’re all about to read some great books this month.
Romance Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur
Favorite Author Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas
Reread Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas
Young Adult The Genesis Wars by Akemi Dawn Bowman
Most Recent Purchase Book Lovers by Emily Henry
As usual, I’m going to share the books I need to read this month to try to keep up with my NetGalley eARCs.
Always Jane by Jenn Bennett An Unreliable Magic by Rin Chupeco Seasonal Fears by Seanan McGuire The Stardust Thief by Chelsea Abdullah Small Town Pride by Phil Stamper Home Field Advantage by Dahlia Adler Wretched Waterpark by Kiersten White Breaking Time by Sasha Aslberg January Fifteenth by Rachel Swirsky
Clear Your Shit
Walkman // a book you’ve been avoiding the longest An Echo in the Bone by Diana Gabaldon
Breakfast Club // read a book with food themes or items Hungry Hearts: 13 Tales of Love & Food edited by Elsie Chapman
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun // read a book with multiple POVs Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas
NES // read a sci-fi, or a book with technology in it The Genesis Wars by Akemi Dawn Bowman
Polaroids // read a book with characters on the cover Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas
Care Bears // read a comforting book Book Lovers by Emily Henry
Manic Monday // read a book you can finish over the weekend to avoid a manic monday Silver in the Wood by Emily Tesh
Rainbow Brite // read a book with LGBTQIA+ representation Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur
I’m definitely being a little bit ambitious with this TBR, but I think if I get some of the audiobooks from the library I can manage it. What are you hoping to read this month?
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Each week we talk about our top ten with a different topic provided by Jana. This week’s topic is ten books that I was so excited to buy, but still haven’t read.
Hi, lovelies! It’s Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month and I shared some recommendations last year, so I wanted to share again with a new list of the books I’ve read and loved since last years post. This year, I wanted to also share some books by AAPI authors that are on my TBR list (and I already own.)
Aru Shah and the Nectar of Immortality by Roshani Chokshi
Hi, lovelies! Happy May! Last month, I actually did pretty well with my TBR jar picks. I’m not pushing myself to focus only on these TBR books, because I’m just trying to read steadily so I don’t get into a reading slump. So, these are books that I want to read this month, but might possibly completely ignore.
Gifted to You The Suite Spot by Trish Doller
Reread The Duke and I by Julia Quinn
Middle Grade The Weeping Tide by Amanda Foody
Romance From Lukov With Love by Mariana Zapata
Standalone Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez
As usual, I also have some NetGalley books to read for this month.
Seasonal Fears by Seanan McGuire The Stardust Thief by Chelsea Abdullah Hide by Kiersten White Primal Animals by Julia Lynn Rubin Small Town Pride by Phil Stamper
Hi, lovelies! While I was making my list for my ‘series to marathon’ post, I started to think about what series and sequels I’m excited to read that haven’t been published yet. A few of these just came out, but I’m including them anyway.
The Last Laugh by Mindy McGinnis “Tress Montor murdered Felicity Turnado—but she might not have to live with the guilt for long. With an infected arm held together by duct tape, the panther who clawed her open on the loose, and the whole town on the hunt for the lost homecoming queen, the odds are stacked against Tress. As her mind slides deeper into delirium, Tress is haunted by the growing sound of Felicity’s heartbeat pulsing from the “best friend” charm around her fevered neck. Ribbit Usher has been a punchline his whole life—from his nickname to his latest turn as the unwitting star of a humiliating viral video. In the past he’s willingly played the fool, but now it’s time to fulfill his destiny. That means saving the girl, so that Felicity can take her place at his side and Ribbit can exact revenge on all who have done him wrong—which includes his cousin, Tress. Ribbit is held by a pact he made with his mother long ago, a pact that must be delivered upon in four days. With time ticking down and an enemy she considers a friend lurking in the shadows, Tress’s grip on reality is failing. Can she keep both mind and body together long enough to finally find out what happened to her parents?”
Youngbloods by Scott Westerfeld “Frey has spent her life in a family of deceivers, a stand-in for her sister, manipulated at her father’s command. Free from them at last, she is finding her own voice — and using it to question everything her family stood for. Tally was once the most famous rebel in the world. But for over a decade, she’s kept to the shadows, allowing her myth to grow even as she receded. Now she sees that the revolution she led has not created a stable world. Freedom, she observes, has a way of destroying things. As the world is propelled further into conflict and conspiracy, Frey and Tally join forces to put a check on the people in power, while still trying to understand their own power and where it belongs. With Youngbloods, master storyteller Scott Westerfeld decisively brings back his most iconic character and merges his Impostors and Uglies series into a breathtaking tale of rivalry, rebellion, and repercussion.”
Aru Shah and the Nectar of Immortality by Roshani Chokshi “The Pandavas only have until the next full moon to stop the Sleeper from gaining access to the nectar of immortality, which will grant him infinite power. But how can Aru, Mini, and Brynne hope to defeat him without their celestial weapons? The Sleeper and his army are already plundering the labyrinth, and the sisters can’t even enter. Their quest to get in will have them calling on old friends, meeting new allies, and facing fearsome trials, like…performing in a rock concert? When the moment of confrontation finally arrives, it’s up to Aru to decide who deserves immortality, the devas or the asuras. The most unexpected answer will come from a most unexpected place. More surprises and delights, gods and demons, and laughs and tears await in this immensely satisfying conclusion to the wild ride that began with the lighting of a lamp.”
The Genesis Wars by Akemi Dawn Bowman “It’s been ten months since Nami narrowly escaped the Four Courts and Ophelia’s wrath. Ten months since she was betrayed by someone she once considered a friend. Someone she poured her heart out to. And now her family here in the afterlife are gone, captured, and Nami is utterly alone. On the run, only steps ahead of the AI forces pursuing her, and desperate to free her friends, Nami must take the allies she can find, even if she doesn’t fully trust them. And as she tests the limits of her own power, she must also reckon with the responsibility that entails. Stakes are high as Nami navigates old enemies, unexpected allies, and an ever-changing landscape filled with dangers and twists at every turn. Along the way, she’ll learn powerful truths about who she can trust and the sacrifices that must be made in order to fight for a better, freer world for all.”
The Last Fallen Moon by Graci Kim “For Riley Oh, life as the Godrealm’s last fallen star is not all it’s cracked up to be. Her new divine heritage doesn’t even come with cool magical powers; half of her friends and family (including her parents) can’t remember her; and to top it all off, the entire Gom clan is mad at her for killing the Cave Bear Goddess and stripping away their healing abilities. But when their anger boils over and a group of witches curses Riley’s home, she knows it’s up to her to restore magic back to her clan – even if it means sneaking into the Spiritrealm. Luckily, Riley has some backup. Along with her sister, Hattie, Riley meets Dahl, a heaven-born boy with shockingly white hair and a fondness for toilets who might not be telling the whole truth about who he is. Together they’ll fight vicious monsters, discover dark underwater worlds, and race to save the land of the dead from a fate that no one could have foreseen. And this time, Riley won’t let anything get in her way. Because she can’t shake the feeling that something terrible is coming their way – and the gifted community is going to need all the powers they can get.”
For the Throne by Hannah Whitten “The First Daughter is for the Throne The Second Daughter is for the Wolf… Red and the Wolf have finally contained the threat of the Old Kings but at a steep cost. Red’s beloved sister Neve, the First Daughter is lost in the Shadowlands, an inverted kingdom where the vicious gods of legend have been trapped for centuries and the Old Kings have slowly been gaining control. But Neve has an ally–though it’s one she’d rather never have to speak to again–the rogue king Solmir. Solmir wants to bring an end to the Shadowlands and he believes helping Neve may be the key to its destruction. But to do that, they will both have to journey across a dangerous landscape in order to find a mysterious Heart Tree, and finally to claim the gods’ dark, twisted powers for themselves.”
A Prayer for the Crown-Shy by Becky Chambers “After touring the rural areas of Panga, Sibling Dex (a Tea Monk of some renown) and Mosscap (a robot sent on a quest to determine what humanity really needs) turn their attention to the villages and cities of the little moon they call home. They hope to find the answers they seek, while making new friends, learning new concepts, and experiencing the entropic nature of the universe. Becky Chambers’s new series continues to ask: in a world where people have what they want, does having more even matter?”
The Final Gambit by Jennifer Lynn Barnes “To inherit billions, all Avery Kylie Grambs has to do is survive a few more weeks living in Hawthorne House. The paparazzi are dogging her every step. Financial pressures are building. Danger is a fact of life. And the only thing getting Avery through it all is the Hawthorne brothers. Her life is intertwined with theirs. She knows their secrets, and they know her. But as the clock ticks down to the moment when Avery will become the richest teenager on the planet, trouble arrives in the form of a visitor who needs her help—and whose presence in Hawthorne House could change everything. It soon becomes clear that there is one last puzzle to solve, and Avery and the Hawthorne brothers are drawn into a dangerous game against an unknown and powerful player. Secrets upon secrets. Riddles upon riddles. In this game, there are hearts and lives at stake—and there is nothing more Hawthorne than winning.”
The Shattered City by Lisa Maxwell “Once, Esta believed that she could change the fate of magic. She traveled to the past and stopped the Magician from destroying a mystical book that held the key to freeing her people from the Brink, an energy barrier that traps all Mageus who cross it. But the Book was more than she bargained for. So was the Magician she was tasked to steal it from. Hunted by an ancient evil, Esta and Harte have raced through time and across a continent to track down the powerful artifacts they need to bind the Book’s devastating power. They’ve lost family, betrayed friends, and done what they’d both vowed never to do: fallen in love with the one person who could truly destroy them. Now, with only one artifact left, their search has brought them back to New York, the city where it all began. But nothing in Manhattan is as they left it. Their friends have scattered, their enemies have grown more powerful, and as the deadly Brink beckons, their time is running out. If they can’t find a way to end the threat they’ve created, then the very heart of magic will die—and it will take the world down with it.”
A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow “Zinnia Gray, professional fairy-tale fixer and lapsed Sleeping Beauty is over rescuing snoring princesses. Once you’ve rescued a dozen damsels and burned fifty spindles, once you’ve gotten drunk with twenty good fairies and made out with one too many members of the royal family, you start to wish some of these girls would just get a grip and try solving their own narrative issues. Just when Zinnia’s beginning to think she can’t handle one more princess, she glances into a mirror and sees another face looking back at her: the shockingly gorgeous face of evil, asking for her help. Because there’s more than one person trapped in a story they didn’t choose. Snow White’s Evil Queen has found out how her story ends and she’s desperate for a better ending. She wants Zinnia to help her before it’s too late for everyone. Will Zinnia accept the Queen’s poisonous request, and save them both from the hot iron shoes that wait for them, or will she try another path?”
What series continuations are you looking forward to coming out this year?
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This week’s topic is Authors I Haven’t Read, But Want To (Submitted by Deanna @ A Novel Glimpse).
Ursula K. Le Guin
Akemi Dawn Bowman
Lori M. Lee
J. C. Cervantes
What authors would you like to read for the first time?
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Each week we talk about our top ten with a different topic provided by Jana. This week’s topic is ten authors that I haven’t read but would like to.
Jenn Lyons I have the first four books in the Chorus of Dragons series and I really want to read them this year.
Emily Tesh I have Silver in the Wood as an ebook. I am eager to read it and I’m also very much looking forward to her 2023 novel, Some Desperate Glory.
Alexandria Bellefleur I’ve heard great things about her Written in the Stars series. I’ve been on the lookout for new romance. So, I have added this author to my collection.
C.J. Tudor On a trip to Barnes & Nobel, I found The Burning Girls. I almost bought it but added it to my library TBR instead. I’ve since seen some good reviews for Tudor’s other books as well and I’d like to try the audiobooks sometime soon.
Martha Wells I want to read the Murderbot Diaries so badly.
Octavia E. Butler I bought Parable of the Sower last year. It’s definitely higher up on my TBR list.
Robin Hobb I don’t know that I’ll actually read Hobb any time soon, but I do want to eventually try some of her fantasy stories.
Mariana Zapata Target compelled me to buy some books from them and I found From Lukov with Love while browsing. I’ve seen great reviews for Zapata’s books.
Nina Varela I want to read Crier’s War and its sequel. I have the ebook and I’m pretty sure my library has the sequel.
Ann Leckie I really want to take some time to read some older science fiction like Ancillary Justice.
Hi, lovelies! I somehow managed to read three of my five TBR jar picks last month, so I have decided to continue picking prompts from my TBR jar. These are the prompts I’ve picked for April and the books I’ve picked to read for them.
LGBTQIA Delilah Green Doesn’t Care by Ashley Herring Blake
Favorite Author Aru Shah and the Nectar of Immortality by Roshani Chokshi
Backlist Book The Devil’s Thief by Lisa Maxwell
1st in a Series The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas
Thriller Queen of the Tiles by Hanna Alkaf
As always, I’m including the NetGalley books I need to read for the month.
The Bone Orchard by Sara A. Mueller The Jade Setter oof Janloon by Fonda Lee The Button Box by Bridget Hodder, Fawzia Gilani-Williams, & Harshad Marathe Our Lady of Mysterious Ailments by T.L. Huchu Fool Me Once by Ashley Winstead Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak by Charlie Jane Anders In a Garden Burning Gold by Rory Power To Marry and To Meddle by Martha Waters This May End Badly by Samantha Markum Queen of the Tiles by Hanna Alkaf
I might have bitten off more than I can chew this month. But I’m going for it. Check out my wrap-up at the end of the month to see how many of these I manage to read. What are you hoping to read this month?
Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This week’s topic is Books On My Spring 2022 TBR.
Seven Mercies by Laura Lam and Elizabeth May
King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo
Set Fire to the Gods by Kristen Simmons and Sara Rauschenberg
Ariadne by Jennifer Saint
Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard
Gilded by Marissa Meyer
Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia
Paola Santiago and the River of Tears by Tehlor Kay Mejia